Re: Swarovski Rangefinder
I used the Swarovski quite a bit at their show&tell at the air force base and thought it was a fantastic unit. They had decoys set up in the desert and we were able to get readings nicely out at 5-700 yards, off rocks at over 1000. Really nice ergonomics, much better than the Leica 1200's I have used. Easiy to attach to a tripod or window mount. Image was excellent, emission button is quite large and right under the trigger finger and the one beside it. Really like the carrying case, it works slick and held the unit securely.
Expect you saw the unit at the SHOT show, it is very nicely built and typical Swarovski optics. Plans are to use one on a hunt this spring. I was impressed.
I did not notice the time-lag mentioned, not sure if that is the newest unit announced at the SHOT or the earlier unit they have been selling for a few years.